‘Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order‘ has been a hit with both critics and audiences. Metacritic lists it at 79% from critics and 77% from users. And not only!
Released on November 15, 2019 for PS4, Xbox One and PC, it sold 10 million copies by March 31, 2020 (source: Venturebeat); a commercial success which most likely means that the game’s publisher – EA – and its makers – Respawn Entertainment (‘Apex Legends‘, ‘Titanfall‘) – will further develop the franchise. Not least because the patch/update released today.
The “next-gen optimization update” for Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5 is improving the visuals (in terms of framerate and resolution). Here follows a quick summary:
Don’t miss this one, the guys are putting it to test and…. heck it can even cut through steel!
You should check out their YouTube channel, they’ve made some CRAZY stuff during the years, like Wolverine’s bone claws, Iron Man Plasma Glove, and Helmet (WITH DISPLAY!!!), Thor’s Hammer and lots of other fun projects.
A working (and RETRACTABLE!!!) light saber has always been a dream, ever sice the concept was introduced by George Lucas in 1977’s film ‘Star Wars’ (now titled ‘Star Wars: A New Hope’ or ‘Episode IV’).
Up until now there has been, as we know it, no one able to pull it off. But just like its inspiration, there’s ‘A New Hope’ (pun intended).
Not just that they’ve been working it out, it results in being able to produce a blue lightsaber, a green lighsaber, a red lightsaber, an ember lightsaber and even a yellow lightsaber. In the ‘Star Wars’ universe these are made of lightsaber crystals also known as kyber crystals. And all colors are supposed to have different meanings
This is rocket science and beyond my knowledge, so I’ll let these guys explain it to you.
Just as announced a couple of days ago, JEDI: FALLEN ORDER – the next game of the STAR WARS saga – has just been revealed.
It’s a single player story revealed to be canon. That means it’s included in the official storyline of the franchise and set after EPISODE III.
Developed by Respawn (TITANFALL) and published by EA, we will follow the story of Cal Kestis—one of the last surviving members of the Jedi Order after the purge of Order 66, who is now a Padawan on the run.
Arriving on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC this holiday season, 15 November 2019.